Projects: Climate Right System← Older posts June 15, 2013
Presentation Series: This is the first in a series of case study presentations that will cover examples of renewable HVAC energy systems integration with direct digital controls, solar thermal hydronic heating, CHP fuel cells for residential and commercial buildings.
Speakers: Bill Shady, P.E. and CEO of Sustainable Design and Product Management and developer of the Climate Right System will review case studies and T. J. Kay, VP of Environmental Systems, Inc. will discuss digital controls in the Climate Right System.
When: Wednesday, October 23rd, 4pm to 5:30pm. Hor d’ Oeurves and refreshments will be served. Attendees are invited to join us after for a Bay Cruise aboard a 42″ Grand Banks Fishing Trawler for a McCovey Cove hangout and viewing of the new Bay Bridge span.
Where: South Beach Harbor Meeting room- Pier 40A, King and Second Street, San Francisco, CA
Transportation: Easy access on “N” Judah and “T” line.
Parking: Available at Pier 40 for $10.00. Register early to secure discounted parking pass.
Register: Please RSVP by Monday, October 21st, 2013 to Bill Shady at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 831-459-7300
Posted in Case Studies, Climate Right Systems, Events, Renewable Energy, Solar Energy, Solar Integration | Tagged Climate Right System, Integrated, radiant heat, radiant heating, Solar Thermal, Solar Water Heating | Leave a comment August 1, 2012
Plumbing and heating contractor Le Duc and Dexter installed a wood fired solar assisted HVAC system in a Russian River hilltop retreat in the Sonoma wine country area of Cazadero, CA. This compact mechanical system feaures the innovative and digital controlled Climate Right System. Abe Stallcup, P.E. of Monterey Energy Group, specified the Climate Right System in the original design of the project, which was featured in the June edition of Green Mechanical Contractor. Read the full featured article here.
Posted in Blog | Tagged Climate Right System, Climate Right Systems, Integrated | Leave a comment October 14, 2011
8000 square foot modern architecture by world renowned architect Ricardo Legoretta. Features high ceilings, sharp rectangular lines and an abundance of light. The entire building is heated with embedded radiant hydronic tubing through insulated PEX distribution to manifolds by zone controls with slab sensors and air sensors.
Controlled by the digital energy management system, the unique features of the mechanical system include de-humidification, whole house ventilation with variable speed exhaust fan and filtered outside air make-up. Multiple fan coils provide zone controls with dampers. (more…)Posted in Climate Right Systems, Projects | Tagged Climate Right System, net zero energy, radiant heat, Solar Thermal | Leave a comment